Running can be a calculating sport, but ultramarathoner Diane Van Deren shows us how crossing the finish line takes guts — and letting go.
Nothing will get you faster off the couch to a 5K than a delicious burger and beer. These food and drink races across the country are made for fit foodies.
Four-time Ironman World Champion, Chrissie Wellington reveals the mental game behind all her success, plus what she eats to win and more.
Your complete guide to metabolic conditioning — and what it really means to do metcon workouts. Learn the science, then use it in your next sweat session.
Reach the top of your fitness game with this 30-day training plan for athletes. With a mix of weight lifting and conditioning, you’ll hit your peak power.
A study shows that HIIT workouts give you a bigger dose of endorphins than moderate-intensity exercise. Here’s how it compares to the elusive runner’s high.
Don’t let a little training confusion keep you from your goals. Top trainers put the most common workout questions to rest — once and for all.
Find some relaxation post-run with these five yin yoga poses all runners should do. They’re the perfect way to stretch out sore spots.
Want to be as quick on your feet as a U.S. Open tennis star? Check out these speed drills to score fast footwork and agility.
Constantly changing your workout schedule could actually keep you from seeing real results. Let these three experts guide you to a better plan to get fit.
From grips to forehands and backhands, learn the fundamentals of how to play tennis — or at least pretend like you can! U.S. Open, we’re ready for you.
Start your day smiling — and with a little motivation to hit the gym — with these workout memes. They make light of that heavy lift you’re about to conquer.
If you haven’t heard about HIIT by now, it’s time to discover why high-intensity interval training can burn more fat in less time. Plus, get a do-it-anywhere workout to try today.
Beating your marathon personal best is no easy feat, let alone qualifying for the Boston marathon. 10 runners share how they did the unthinkable with 26.2.